Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Navigation System Page 1

Navigation System Description - Overview
Basic Configuration
The navigation system is a highly-sophisticated, hybrid locating system that uses satellites and a map database to show you where
you are and to help guide you to a desired destination.
The navigation system receives signals from the global positioning system (GPS), a network of 24 or more satellites in orbit around
the earth. By receiving signals from several of these satellites, the navigation system can determine the latitude, longitude, and
elevation of the vehicle. In addition, signals from the navigation unit's own gyro sensor and vehicle information (vehicle speed pulse)
enable the system to keep track of the vehicle's direction and speed of travel.
This hybrid system has advantages over a system that is either entirely self-contained or one that relies totally on the GPS. For
example, the self-contained portion of the system can keep track of vehicle position even when satellite signals cannot be received.
When the navigation system is on, the GPS can keep track of the vehicle position even when the vehicle is transported by ferry.
The navigation system applies all location, direction, and speed information to maps and calculates a route to the destination entered.
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s you drive to that destination, the system provides both visual and audio guidance
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Audio-Navigation Unit
Refer to the audio system Overview for the audio-navigation unit (display audio) and audio functions.
Navigation Function
The navigation function is installed in the audio-navigation unit as an application. The basic navigation system is composed of the
audio-navigation unit, center display unit, vehicle information signals (vehicle speed pulse, reverse signal), and the GPS antenna.
Function Diagram
Calculation of Vehicle Position
The audio-navigation unit calculates the vehicle position (the driving direction and the current position) by receiving the directional
change signals from the gyro sensor, and the travel distance signals from vehicle information (vehicle speed pulse, BACK LT (reverse)
signal).
Map Matching Tuning
Map match tuning means that the vehicle's position is properly indicated on mapped roads. The map data transmitted from the SD
card is checked against the current vehicle position data and the vehicle's position is indicated on the nearest road. Map matching
tuning cannot be done when the vehicle is on an unmapped road, or if the vehicle is far away from a mapped road.
GPS Tuning
GPS tuning improves the accuracy of the vehicle's actual position in relation to the GPS vehicle position. The audio-navigation unit
compares its calculated vehicle position with the GPS position. If there is a large difference between the two positions, the GPS tuning
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Contents Summary of Navigation System

  • Page 1Navigation System Description - Overview Basic Configuration The navigation system is a highly-sophisticated, hybrid locating system that uses satellites and a map database to show you where you are and to help guide you to a desired destination. The navigation system receives signals from the globa
  • Page 2adjusts the calculated vehicle position to the GPS position. cardiagn.com
  • Page 3Distance Tuning The audio-navigation unit compares the vehicles calculated distance using the VSP and the vehicle's actual position based on GPS data. If the values are different, the audio-navigation unit decreases or increases the tuning value depending if the vehicle's calculated position is alwa
  • Page 4Auto Tuning The sensitivity behavior of the gyro sensor has individual specificity, it is necessary to calculate a sensitivity correction coefficient for every unit. A sensitivity correction coefficient is automatically learned during when the vehicle is moving. Oscillation Gyro Principles cardiagn.
  • Page 5Precision of GPS The precision of the GPS varies according to the number of satellites from which signals are received and the view of the sky. Number of Satellites Condition Description None Faulty reception The GPS cannot be utilized due to a faulty GPS receiver or antenna, or other fault or inter
  • Page 6When the voice recognition is in use, audio muting logic is orchestrated by the audio-navigation unit. The audio-navigation unit determines what audio source has priority to use speakers Refer to the audio system Overview for muting signal logic with the audio- navigation unit. Fan Mute Operation Wh
  • Page 7Navigation System Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 13Navigation System Description - System Diagram For locations of each component on vehicle, refer to Component Location Index. Navigation system components Gauge control module, Body control module Climate control unit SRS unit PCM LaneWatch components With Stereo Amplifier cardiagn.com
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  • Page 17Navigation System Description - System Diagram For locations of each component on vehicle, refer to Component Location Index. Navigation system components Gauge control module, Body control module Climate control unit SRS unit PCM LaneWatch components With Stereo Amplifier cardiagn.com
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  • Page 21GPS Antenna Removal and Installation 1. Audio-Navigation Unit Assembly - Remove (With Navigation) 2. Audio Unit Assembly - Remove (Without Navigation) 3. Meter Upper Visor - Remove 4. GPS Antenna - Remove 1. Remove the harness clips (A). cardiagn.com 2. Pull out the cord carefully, and remove the GP
  • Page 22How to Troubleshoot the Navigation System General Operation Refer to the Navigation Manual for the navigation system operating procedures. How to Recognize Audio unit and Audio-Navigation Unit (Display Audio Type (7-inch Screen)) There are two kinds of 7-inch display audio units according to a vehic
  • Page 23Moving the vehicle with the engine stopped and the vehicle stopped, such as by ferry or tow truck, or if the vehicle is spun on a turn table. Tire slippage, changes in tire rolling diameters, and some driving situations may cause discrepancies in travel distances. Examples of this include; - Continu
  • Page 24Heavy gloves, fingernails or pens cannot be used on the touch panel. In cold temperatures, the display may stay dark for the first minute until it warms up. When the display is too hot because of direct summer sunlight, it remains dark until the temperature drops (you may see an error message displa
  • Page 25If this procedure is not necessary, the system proceeds directly to the Disclaimer screen. During initialization, the system searches for all available GPS satellites, and obtains their orbital information. Park the vehicle out in the open with a clear view of the sky for this procedure. If the navi
  • Page 261. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Press and hold the MENU button, the DISPLAY MODE ( ) button, and the AUDIO POWER ( ) button until the Select Diagnosis Items menu screen is displayed. Displaying Select Diagnosis Items Menu Screen cardiagn.com 3. When the Select Diagnosis Items menu appears, se
  • Page 276. The Hard Error screen displays the following information by selecting the Date_Time icon (A): The date and time when the error occurred. Swipe the screen to check the next items. The navigation DTC for the error. A brief description of the navigation DTC. NOTE: The Save feature is for factory use
  • Page 289. Select the Yes icon. All Hard Error histories are cleared. Select the Return icon to exit the Error History. cardiagn.com
  • Page 29Millimeter Wave Radar Aiming Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220 cardiagn.com Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 Adaptive Speed Control Alignment Tool SPX 10243* *Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857 NOTE:
  • Page 30The millimeter wave radar must be re-aimed if the millimeter wave radar is removed or replaced. The ACC indicator comes on if the aiming process is not completed correctly. If DTCs are indicated, do the indicated DTCs first. If the DTCs are not repaired, you cannot complete the millimeter wave radar
  • Page 31cardiagn.com 2. Remove the radar cover from the fog light trim. 3. Put the level on the aiming pad of the millimeter wave radar. NOTE: Use the level included in the alignment set. 4. Turn the vertical radar aiming bolt (A) using the 3.5 mm hex socket driver (B), and adjust the angle of millimeter wa
  • Page 32NOTE: To correctly confirm the bubble position in the level, hold the mirror above the level so that the level in the mirror is seen as a rectangle. When the millimeter wave radar is adjusted on a floor surface that has more than one degree of horizontal slope (drainage slope), the vertical radar ai
  • Page 33NOTE: Aiming the millimeter wave radar requires the HDS. Make sure the steering wheel is pointed straight ahead, and do not turn it after setting up the vehicle. Marking of the Target Position 1. Pull a string (A) between point Z1 and point Y1, and tape both ends of the string on the floor surface.
  • Page 34Implementation of the Horizontal Radar Aiming 5. Connect the HDS. 6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. NOTE: If DTC P2583-54 or DTC P2583-64 is indicated, troubleshoot the indicated DTC first. 7. In the DRIVING SUPPORT MENU, select INTEGRATED DRIVER SUPPORT SYSTEM, then ADJUSTMENT, then select Radar Aimi
  • Page 3515. Mark a new line (Y1) on the pole which is 35 mm (1.38 in) above the line (Y). 16. Slide the corner reflector (A) upward to the position Y1. 17. Turn the corner reflector (A) towards the vehicle side. cardiagn.com 18. Position the stand set to align the hole (E) of the stand set with the mark (F)
  • Page 36NOTE: The result of horizontal radar aiming can be confirmed by the HDS or the MID. If the horizontal radar aiming is confirmed, the MID will display RADAR OK with code 100. When the target is out of range, the horizontal radar aiming is not complete. The MID will display NO TARGET. If the horizonta
  • Page 37Millimeter Wave Radar Aiming Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220* cardiagn.com Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100* Reflector Set 07AAJ-STKA200*
  • Page 38Image Description/Tool Number Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 Adaptive Speed Control Alignment Tool SPX 10243* cardiagn.com * (SPX 10243): Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857* (07AAJ-STKA220/07AAJ-TK8A100 /07AAJ-STKA200): Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100 with Reflector Set 07AAJ-STKA2
  • Page 395 m (16 ft) in width 3 m (10 ft) in height, measured from the floor When the millimeter wave radar is adjusted on a floor surface that has more than one degree of horizontal slope (drainage slope), the radar aiming cannot be adjusted correctly. Check the levelness of the floor surface, but if there
  • Page 405. On the string (A), mark new point F which is 583 mm (22.95 in) from point D. 6. Release the hook of the radar cover (A) from the fog light trim using a screwdriver, then remove the radar cover. NOTE: cardiagn.com When inserting a screwdriver, wrap it with protective tape to prevent damage. Clean
  • Page 418. Draw a line (Y) on the pole of the stand set as shown. 9. Draw line (Y1) on the pole (A) of the stand set as shown. 10. Slide the reflector (B) upward to position Y1. cardiagn.com 2. Millimeter Wave Radar - Aim 1. Connect the HDS. NOTE: Keep the aiming target away from the vehicle until you are i
  • Page 424. Press ENTER on the HDS to enter the aiming mode. NOTE: ACC, LKAS and RDM indicators (amber) blink when aiming mode is activated. 5. The MID will indicate the number 4 on the display for a few seconds, then display NO TARGET. NOTE: Some early 2017 models may not indicate a number 4 and NO TARGET i
  • Page 438. Press ENTER on the HDS to calculate the alignment angles. NOTE: Some early 2017 models may indicate a message of "Some Driver Assist Systems Cannot Operate: Radar Obstructed" on the MID throughout this procedure. This is normal and can be ignored. 9. Check the vertical and horizontal alignment an
  • Page 44NOTE: The values on the HDS display will fluctuate as the adjustment is being performed. Wait until the values stabilize to confirm the adjustment. During adjustment, do not enter or obstruct the radar wave zone. A value of 12.8 deg on the HDS displays indicates that the millimeter wave radar is bei
  • Page 45Millimeter Wave Radar Connector for Inputs and Outputs Millimeter Wave Radar 8P Connector Inputs and Outputs for 8P Connector (female terminals) Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 IG1 OPTION Power source for the multipurpose camera unit With vehicle in ON mode: Battery voltage With v
  • Page 46Millimeter Wave Radar Mounting Position Inspection Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 cardiagn.com NOTE: If millimeter wave radar aiming cannot be completed, follow the procedure below to check that the millimeter wave radar is installed properly and the
  • Page 47NOTE: When the millimeter wave radar is adjusted on a floor surface that has more than one degree of horizontal slope (drainage slope), the vertical radar aiming cannot be adjusted correctly. Check the levelness of the floor surface, but if there is a continuous slope, then adjust the angle of milli
  • Page 481. Remove the millimeter wave radar assembly. 2. Measure the distance between the millimeter wave radar and radar bracket and adjust the distance to the standard value. 3. Measure the angles of the installing surface of the millimeter wave radar and the vehicle-side which the millimeter wave radar i
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  • Page 50Millimeter Wave Radar Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 cardiagn.com Adaptive Speed Control Alignment Tool SPX 10243* *Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857 1. Front Bumper - Remove 2. Millimeter Wav
  • Page 511. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the millimeter wave radar assembly (B). cardiagn.com 3. Component of Millimeter Wave Radar - Remove (if necessary) NOTE: Do not disassemble the millimeter wave radar body. 1. Remove the TORX screws (A) using a TORX T20 bit. 2. Remove the millimeter wave rad
  • Page 52NOTE: If you removed the components of the millimeter wave radar, install all removed parts. 1. Install these items: Spacer B Grip (A) Vertical radar aiming bolt (C) NOTE: The grip and spacer B must be replaced as a new one. 2. Install the millimeter wave radar (D) on the bracket (E). 3. Install the
  • Page 53NOTE: The millimeter wave radar must be re-aimed if the millimeter wave radar is removed or replaced: the vertical radar aiming mechanically done using the level included in the alignment set. When the millimeter wave radar is adjusted on a floor surface that has more than one degree of horizontal s
  • Page 54Millimeter Wave Radar Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Adaptive Speed Control Alignment Tool SPX 10243 cardiagn.com *Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857 NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Front Bumper - Remove 2
  • Page 55Millimeter Wave Radar Assembly Removal 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the harness clip (B). 3. Remove the millimeter wave radar assembly (C). cardiagn.com Millimeter Wave Radar Subassembly Removal NOTE: The millimeter wave radar cannot be disassembled. 1. Rotate the three clips (A) count
  • Page 56Millimeter Wave Radar Subassembly Installation 1. Install new clips (A) on the radar bracket (B). 2. Install the millimeter wave radar subassembly (C) on the clips. 3. Rotate the three clips clockwise to secure the millimeter wave radar subassembly to the radar bracket. 4. Measure the distance from
  • Page 57Millimeter Wave Radar Assembly Installation 1. Install the millimeter wave radar assembly (A). 2. Install the harness clip (B). 3. Connect the connector (C) while holding the millimeter wave radar assembly. NOTE: Applying excessive force may deform the radar bracket. cardiagn.com 2. Front Bumper - I
  • Page 58Millimeter Wave Radar Update 1. Millimeter Wave Radar - Update NOTE: When updating control units, use the most current version of the HDS software and interface device. Check any official service information website for more information about updating control units. cardiagn.com
  • Page 59Navigation System Diagnostic Mode NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. The screens detail indicated may change depending on equipment or specification. Start-Up Procedure and Diagnostic Menu 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. If needed, start the engine. 2. Press and hold the ME
  • Page 602. The diagnosis tests the following: Most of the wires connecting the external navigation components shown in the block diagram. The results from the various components shown in the block diagram. The audio-navigation unit checks the microphone by listening to the ‘‘Pi Pi Pon’’ sound produced by th
  • Page 61necessary to verify proper operation and terminate the factory diagnosis. Until the proper confirmation sequence is done, the screen appears every time you turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com
  • Page 62NOTE: The system cannot complete a full diagnosis unless vehicle is in the ON mode. 1. Select the Start Diag icon to check the connection between the audio-navigation unit and related components. When the connection diagnosis is in progress, the icon (A) indicates Detecting... , and each icon turns
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  • Page 643. Set the Inline Diag Setting to OK (complete). The system restarts and a normal start-up process occurs. The In Line Diag should not appear again. Detail Information & Setting This section allows you to run a specific diagnosis and allows additional setting choices for some screens that are not sh
  • Page 65RGB Color NOTE: Displaying an anomaly in this diagnosis screen is not necessarily a failure. This screen verifies that the display is receiving the video (R, G, B, and Composite sync) signals properly. The three primary colors should all appear without distortion. The combination of all cardiagn.com
  • Page 66White Raster NOTE: Displaying an anomaly in this diagnosis screen is not necessarily a failure. This screen checks for pixels that may be dead (off). The entire display must be white. The diagnostic screen is displayed in full screen mode while pressing the HOME button. cardiagn.com Black Raster NOT
  • Page 67Color Pattern cardiagn.com
  • Page 68NOTE: Displaying an anomaly in this diagnosis screen is not necessarily a failure. The screen shows the colors being used for the map and menu screens. This is for factory use only. To check the color signal, use the RGB Color diagnosis. The diagnostic screen is displayed in full screen mode while p
  • Page 69Touch Panel Adjustment cardiagn.com
  • Page 70This screen adjusts the alignment of these touch locations with the location of the buttons images on the screen. The screen consists of the + icons. Touch the center of the five + icons on order 1-5. To store the settings, select the Set. NOTE: Touch the center of the +icon correctly. cardiagn.com
  • Page 71A/C Telematics Diag (not supported) cardiagn.com
  • Page 72HMI Unit This diagnosis checks for problems in the audio-navigation unit processor. When you start this diagnosis, the audio-navigation unit may freeze or delay up to a minute while the diagnosis runs. D-RAM: Displays the result of the access to the D-RAM (OK/NG). If NG, check for hard error codes.
  • Page 73the transmitting unit. cardiagn.com
  • Page 74B-CAN NOTE: This diagnosis must have the engine running. Swipe the screen to check the next items. cardiagn.com This diagnosis checks whether the audio-navigation unit has received specific B-CAN data. If B-CAN shows NO ERROR, an error is not detected between the B-CAN bus and the audio- navigation
  • Page 75controller status, the Bus power status, and the device status. When you connect a USB mass storage device, you can see the capacity used and the amount of free space available. cardiagn.com
  • Page 76Vehicle Status Use this screen to confirm that the audio-navigation unit is properly receiving input signals. The displayed value changes each time according to the state of input signal. cardiagn.com NOTE: These items describe in indication order. Swipe the screen to check the next items. Item Inpu
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  • Page 78Item Input Description Last registered B-CAN lines This item indicates the additional registration VIN (11 is added to VIN the beginning of indicated VIN) when the audio-navigation unit is substituted into another vehicle, or when a PCM is substituted or replaced into this vehicle. *1: CVT *2: M/T *
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  • Page 80Hard Key This diagnosis checks the center display unit hard button (DISPLAY MODE), face switches (AUDIO POWER, HOME, MENU, VOL+, VOL-, BACK), and the audio remote-HFL switch. For this model, the audio remote-HFL switch buttons use the data bus via the gauge control module for communications. cardiag
  • Page 81Rear Wide Camera This diagnosis checks the rearview camera connection. If Connection shows NG, check for hard error codes. If Connection shows OK, press the HOME button to display the rearview camera image. To cardiagn.com return to the previous screen, press the HOME button again. LaneWatch This di
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  • Page 83Remote Tuner NOTE: For factory use only. Do not alter any settings unless directed. These items describe in indication order. Swipe the screen to check the next items. This diagnosis displays the external AM/FM radio tuner (tuner unit) status. System μcom version display: Displays the tuner unit pro
  • Page 84XM Ant. (With XM) This diagnosis checks the XM antenna connection between the audio-navigation unit and the roof antenna. The XM radio tuner is built into the audio-navigation unit. If Connection shows NG, check for hard error codes. cardiagn.com Center Display These items describe in indication ord
  • Page 85Meter Display This diagnosis checks the digital bus (LVDS2) between the audio-navigation unit and the gauge control module. If Connection shows NG, go to The MID does not display the audio-navigation unit information cardiagn.com troubleshooting. GPS Antenna This diagnosis checks the GPS antenna con
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  • Page 87HD Traffic (USA and Canada models) This diagnosis displays the HD traffic status. Service Status: Displays the HD traffic service status on (1) or off (except 1). Frequency can be changed by selecting each icon (A). Station Name: Displays the call sign of the receiving HD traffic station. Receive St
  • Page 88A/C This diagnosis detects if the vehicle is in the ON mode using information provided over the F-CAN bus, then it tests the climate control signal via the B-CAN bus between the audio-navigation unit and the climate control unit. Make sure the engine is running for this test. cardiagn.com If Connect
  • Page 89Speaker Check NOTE: cardiagn.com
  • Page 90Make sure the audio system is off before this diagnosis. While doing the diagnosis, the fader and the balance positions are set to the center. This diagnosis checks the audio speakers individually. Select the UP icon or the Down icon to check speakers. A tone should sound from the speaker. When you
  • Page 91Rear Wide Camera Select the item you want to adjust. Select the view mode icons (Wide View, Normal View, Top Down View) you want to adjust. cardiagn.com NOTE: The Top Down View cannot be selected when the dynamic guideline is selected. Press the MENU button to display the sub menu.
  • Page 92Default: All guidelines can be reset to the factory specification. Save: Reflects the result of the guideline adjustment. Guideline Setup: Adjust the guideline. Message Setup: Adjust the caution message position. Rudder Angle: The steering angle which adjusts the position of the chosen guideline. Gu
  • Page 93Rudder Angle Select different steering angles (90° - Lock end) from the sub menu, After selecting, do the Guideline Adjustment. The adjustment method for the guideline locations is the same as the cardiagn.com Fixed Guideline. Functional Setup Select the item you want to check. Backup Data Clear Sav
  • Page 94Backup Data Clear This screen initializes the back-up data in the audio-navigation unit. Select the All Clear icon. cardiagn.com All Clear The all clear function deletes the data in the audio-navigation unit, and restores it to the factory defaults. This function is equivalent to Memory Refresh in t
  • Page 95When selecting the Yes icon, the system restarts after performing the All Clear process. After the restart, a normal start-up process occurs. Save User's Memory When replacing the audio-navigation unit, this function allows the technician to transfer the cardiagn.com customer's personal data to the
  • Page 962. After replacing the new audio-navigation unit, allow the system to boot up. Insert the USB device into the USB port A or B and enter the Save Users Memory in the System Diagnostic Mode. 3. Select the Import icon to move the two files stored by the Export process from the USB device to the new aud
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  • Page 98Phone Picture This screen allows you to enable or disable the Show Contact Picture with On/Off. cardiagn.com Anti-Theft Skip This selection can cancel the anti-theft mode temporarily (for 150 seconds). The Anti-Theft Skip icon is grayed out when the anti-theft mode is already canceled. Other Select
  • Page 99Pandora Setting This screen allows you to restrict the Pandora function to the running vehicle. Refer to the Owner's Manual for more information about the Pandora setting function. cardiagn.com HD Radio Setting This screen allows you to restrict the HD radio album art function to the running vehicle
  • Page 100SXM Setting This screen allows you to restrict the XM radio album art function to the running vehicle. Refer to the Owner's Manual for more information about the album art function. cardiagn.com
  • Page 101Smartphone Information This screen allows you to enable or disable the function about smartphone connection. cardiagn.com Version This screen displays the current version information about each module in the audio-navigation unit. GPS Information
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  • Page 103This screen shows the current status of GPS reception. The circular diagram shows the current location of the GPS satellites (yellow numbers) as they would appear in the sky. The outer circle represents the horizon (0 degrees elevation). The middle and inner circles represents 30 and 60 degrees resp
  • Page 104Navigation System DTC Troubleshooting Index NOTE: These DTCs cannot be read with the HDS. To view them, refer to How to Check for Error History (Navigation DTCs). DTC Description Circuit 1102 USB Diag USB 1301 GPS Antenna Error GPS antenna 1302 GPS Receiver Error 1 GPS receiver 1304 Gyro Error 1 Int
  • Page 105Navigation System Sensor Calibration NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. You should do this procedure in an open area away from buildings, power lines, other vehicles, and any other sources of strong magnetic fields. 1. Sensor - Calibration 1. Test-drive the vehicle on the road
  • Page 106Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Audio-navigation unit power will not turn on (No information display) cardiagn.com
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  • Page 108Audio-navigation unit power will not turn on (No information display) NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Check if the Day/Night ( ) button has been pressed, and turned off the display (see the Owner's Manual for more information). Check the connectors for poor connections or lo
  • Page 109Is there battery voltage? YES The +B AUDIO wire is OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the wire between the No. A19 (15 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box and the center display unit.■ 5. Open wire check (GND line) 1: ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehi
  • Page 110‐2. Reconnect audio-navigation unit connector E (16P). ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Test point 1 Audio-navigation unit connector E (16P) No. 4 Test point 2 Body ground Is there less than 0.2 V? Yes Replace th
  • Page 111‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Test point 1 Audio-navigation unit connector A (24P) No. 1 Test point 2 Body ground Is there less than 0.2 V? YES Replace the audio-navigation unit.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire between the audio
  • Page 112Test point 2 Center display unit connector B (3P) No. 1 Test point 1 Audio-navigation unit connector H (3P) No. 2 Test point 2 Center display unit connector B (3P) No. 2 Is there continuity? YES The LVDS1+ and the LVDS1- wires are OK. Go to step 15. NO There is an open in the wire(s) between the aud
  • Page 113Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Audio-navigation unit power will not turn on (No information display) cardiagn.com
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  • Page 115Audio-navigation unit power will not turn on (No information display) NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Check if the Day/Night ( ) button has been pressed, and turned off the display (see the Owner's Manual for more information). Check the connectors for poor connections or lo
  • Page 116YES The +B AUDIO wire is OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the wire.■ 5. Open wire check (GND line) 1: ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Center display unit connector A (5P): disconnected Test point 1 Center display unit connector A (5P
  • Page 117‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Test point 1 Audio-navigation unit connector E (16P) No. 4 Test point 2 Body ground Is there less than 0.2 V? Yes Replace the center display unit.■ No Go to step 9. 9. Open wire check (+B AUDIO line) 2: ‐1. Turn the
  • Page 118Is there battery voltage? YES The ACC wire is OK. Go to step 12. NO Repair an open in the wire.■ 12. Open wire check (GND line) 2: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Reconnect audio-navigation unit connector A (24P). ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between
  • Page 119Is there continuity? YES There is a short in the wires. Replace the affected shielded harness.■ NO The LVDS1 SH wire is not shorted. Go to step 15. 15. Open wire check (LVDS1+ line, LVDS1- line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Audio-navig
  • Page 120Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Rearview camera image does not change when selecting different views cardiagn.com Rearview camera image does not change when selecting different views NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. You can select three different rearview camera a
  • Page 121YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO The failure is duplicated, go to step 2. 2. Shorted wire check (CAMERA BIT0 line, CAMERA BIT1 line): ‐1. Shift the transmission to Neutral or P position/mode. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Disconnect the following connec
  • Page 122Is there continuity? YES The CAMERA BIT0 and the CAMERA BIT1 wires are OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the wire(s) between the rearview camera and the audio- navigation unit.■ 5. Voltage check (CAMERA BIT0 line): ‐1. Reconnect audio-navigation unit connector C (32P). ‐2. Reconnect the rearvie
  • Page 123Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Rearview camera image does not come on cardiagn.com Rearview camera image does not come on NOTE:
  • Page 124Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Check the connectors for poor connections or loose terminals. 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Shift the transmission to R position/mode. Does the center display image change to rearview when the transmission is shif
  • Page 125Is there battery voltage? YES Replace the audio-navigation unit.■ NO Repair an open in the wire between the audio-navigation unit and the under-dash fuse/relay box (CVT) or the back-up light switch (M/T).■ 5. Shorted wire check (CAMERA VCC, CAMERA GND, CAMERA V lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OF
  • Page 126Rearview camera 8P connector: disconnected Test point 1: Test point 2: Audio-navigation unit connector C Rearview camera 8P connector (32P) No. 13 No. 2 No. 14 No. 8 No. 29 No. 7 Is there continuity? YES The CAMERA VCC, CAMERA GND, and CAMERA V wires are OK. Go to step 8. NO There is an open in the
  • Page 127Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - The MID does not display the audio- navigation unit information cardiagn.com The MID does not display the audio-navigation unit information NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. If the audio remote-HFL switch does not respond, go to Audi
  • Page 128YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO The failure is duplicated, go to step 2. 2. Shorted wire check (LVDS2+ line, LVDS2- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Audio-navigation unit connector J (3P) Gauge control module co
  • Page 129YES There is a short in the wires between the audio-navigation unit and the gauge control module. Replace the affected shielded harness.■ NO The LVDS2 SH wire is not shorted. Go to step 5. 5. Open wire check (LVDS2+ line, LVDS2- line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condi
  • Page 130Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Vehicle position icon wanders across the map when driving (does not follow a displayed road) or map vehicle ICON spins cardiagn.com Vehicle position icon wanders across the map when driving (does not follow a displayed road) or map vehicle ICON spins NOTE:
  • Page 131Does the vehicle position icon wanders across the map? YES The failure is duplicated, go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2. DTC check: ‐1. Check for hard error codes. Are there any navigation DTCs indicated? YES Go to indicated DTC's troubleshooting.■ NO Go to ste
  • Page 132‐3. Substitute a known-good audio-navigation unit, and check to see if the problem occurs in the same location. Does the problem occur in the same location each time? YES Try to replicate the problem in a known-good vehicle (same model, year, and trim). If the problem can be duplicated, the problem
  • Page 133Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Voice control does not work/respond cardiagn.com
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  • Page 135Voice control does not work/respond NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Make sure that the latest navigation software is installed. Before assuming that a voice complaint is hardware related, ensure that the voice control system is being operated correctly: - Make sure you are o
  • Page 136YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO Replace the audio-navigation unit.■ 4. Determine possible failure area (microphone signal circuit, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. HFL microphone 8P connector ‐3. Turn the vehic
  • Page 137‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode HFL microphone 8P connector: disconnected Audio-navigation unit connector C (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Audio-navigation unit connector C (32P) No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Th
  • Page 138Is there continuity? YES There is a short to body ground in the wire between the HFL microphone and the audio-navigation unit. Replace the affected shielded harness.■ NO The MIC+ wire is not shorted to ground. Go to step 11. 11. Shorted wire check (MIC+ line to MIC- line, SH MIC line): ‐1. Check for
  • Page 139Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Voice guidance cannot be heard, is broken up, or there is static cardiagn.com Voice guidance cannot be heard, is broken up, or there is static NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Check the volume and voice feedback setting for the navi
  • Page 140YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO The failure is duplicated, go to step 2. 2. Determine possible failure area (voice guidance output circuit, others): ‐1. Go into the System Diagnostic Mode, and use the speaker check mode. Did all speakers produce a tone? YES Go to step 3.
  • Page 141YES There is a short in the wires between the audio-navigation unit and the stereo amplifier. Replace the affected shielded harness.■ NO The AUX wires are not shorted in the wires. Go to step 5. 5. Open wire check (AUX NAVI line, AUX NAVI GND line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and
  • Page 142Navigation System Symptom Troubleshooting - Voice guidance cannot be heard, is broken up, or there is static cardiagn.com Voice guidance cannot be heard, is broken up, or there is static NOTE: Check the vehicle 12 volt battery condition first. Check the volume and voice feedback setting for the navi